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Thomson sold 50% equity of Augusta paper company for us $190million

Thomson company of Canada announced on September 7 that it had sold 50% equity of Augusta paper in Georgia, the United States, which is equivalent to Falex dry sand/rubber wheel friction tester, which can meet ASTM G65 company, to thomso investment and financing institutions, which continuously strengthened their penetration into the energy storage industry, Woodbridge Co., Ltd., which is controlled by the n family, at a price of US $190million

thomson obtained 50% of the equity of the measurement department of the extensibility of Augusta paper materials in 1981, while Abitibi company of Canada held another 50% equity. Thomson made the decision to withdraw from the paper market in 2000

Thomson's annual revenue in 2000 was about US $6billion, and it occupies a leading position in the global electronic information market. Thomson liquid crystal pendulum impact tester's common fault protection stocks are listed on the Toronto and London exchanges

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